19 Sep 2017

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E.g., 19/09/2017
E.g., 19/09/2017
20 Mar 2017 - hammersmith
It seemed like a quiet week in the grain markets – at least judging by the price changes all look quiet. Of course, no week in the grain business is actually all that quiet, even if there are no major changes in prices.........please click PDF to see more details
14 Mar 2017 - CFO Exclusive
Cash trend shows slightly rebound…in which fishmeal off-take climbs up simultaneously…
13 Mar 2017 - hammersmith
Depending on who you talk to, US corn prices are down on the week between USD 6 to 9 m/t but soybeans were down even further at USD 9 to 12 m/t lower – soymeal prices were also down but not as much at just USD 5 or so per m/t lower. The same situation was seen in US wheat where winter wheats were down by USD 4 to 8 m/t and spring wheat down by about USD 4 m/t.........please click PDF to see more details
07 Mar 2017 - CFO Exclusive
Aquatic breeding in shrimp and fresh-water fish has just started up consumption for spring…
06 Mar 2017 - hammersmith
It was a bit of an up week this week with corn moving about USD 5 m/t higher and about the same for soybeans – soymeal was pretty well unchanged on the week and winter wheat prices were perhaps a couple of bucks up..........please click PDF to see more details
28 Feb 2017 - CFO Exclusive
The declining cash trend could be eased but receiving backup from aquatic…
27 Feb 2017 - hammersmith
The USDA held its annual Outlook Forum this week and the projections issued at the forum were probably a little positive for wheat and soybeans but even for corn. According to some in the trade there was nothing new for the market to consider or at least not much that will affect current prices.......please click PDF to see more details
21 Feb 2017 - CFO Exclusive
According to National Society of Industries (SNI), exports of fishery products for DHC generated USD908 million in revenue for 2016 in which there’s a 1.2% of decrement from a year earlier.
20 Feb 2017 - Hammersmith
It was another week of slipping grain and oilseed prices with soybeans and soymeal being the biggest losers. Soybeans were down by about USD 10 m/t with soymeal following at about USD 5 m/t lower for export. Corn prices were a little lower on the week but we still have the port logistics problems that are keeping the near-term prices at a few dollars premium over shipments a few weeks out. Perhaps it is not really a port logistics problem but more a problem of too much business to load in a short period of time – more of a volume of business problem jacking up export prices a little......please click PDF to see more details.
14 Feb 2017 - CFO Exclusive
Cash trend of China fishmeal has been weakening down by RMB100-150/ton right after Chinese came back…